Charles G. Cogan on the first debate

The Enduring First Debate Effect: They Finally Found a White Man They Could Like
By Charles G. Cogan
The Huffington Post

“There seems to have been an enduring effect from the first presidential debate. Governor Romney was with it, seemingly reasonable, and flexible. It was not so much the atonal performance of President Obama. It was as though the American public, or a significant part of it, had “discovered” Romney and had decided he was an appealing candidate. …”

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